How To Keep Women Managers On The Corporate Ladder

Throughout the 1980s, according to the Census Bureau, the numbers of woman-owned startups grew at twice the rate of all U. S. business startups. Many of these budding female entrepreneurs weren't so much born risk-takers as refugees fleeing a hostile Corporate America. It's in business' own interest to stop blocking the advancement of women--a message that shines through the Labor Dept.'s recently released "glass ceiling"report.

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